Ralph Albert Blakelock


Ralph Albert Blakelock (1847 - 1919) was a romanticist American painter known primarily for his landscape paintings related to the Tonalism movement. Blakelock's early landscapes have their genesis in the style of the Hudson River school of painters. In time, he developed a more subjective and intimate style. His favorite themes were those depicting the wilderness and solitude; evocative and emotional paintings of illuminated moments in nature, of moonlit landscapes and twilight hours and Indian camps in the solitude of nature.

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